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Test SST Huffman coding


Updated 27 Sep 2022

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In order to understand what the transform does, we suggest to read the following presentation:https://www.academia.edu/61997612/Set_Shaping_Theory_the_future_of_information_theory_
Instead, here you can found a presentation that describes in a very clear way the data compression experiment that that we have used in programhttps://www.academia.edu/88055617/Description_of_the_program_used_to_validate_the_theoretical_results_of_the_Set_Shaping_Theory
We are grateful to Professor John Kendall Dixon for sharing these presentations.
This is a version of our program of user Kushala Subramani where it is also analyzed how the number of bits needed to describe the coding scheme varies by applying the set shaping theory.
For any clarification or suggestion contact us at the following e-mail:
Christian Schmidt
Adrain Vdberg
Aron Jansen
Beau Vox
Ariel Morel

Cite As

adrain (2022). Test-SST-Huffman-coding (https://github.com/Vdberg66/Test-SST-Huffman-coding-V2), GitHub. Retrieved .

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